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Should You Read Your Employees Email?

Michelle Patrick
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16 April, 2021
Employees have a general expectation of privacy in the workplace.  When it comes to work computers, employees often assume that it is their computer and anything they do on it, including sending and reading emails, is private. Employees are generally shoc...

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